West Indian pace trio Fidel Edwards, Kemar Roach and Ravi Rampaul have all been declared fit ahead of the first Test against England, which gets underway at Lord's on Thursday.
Edwards was nursing a back injury, Roach has recovered from a twisted ankle and Rampaul shrugged off a stiff neck.
"Everybody pulled up okay," said coach Ottis Gibson. "Kemar twisted his ankle, but he has been treated twice a day for the last couple of days.
"He had a little bowl on Tuesday, about six overs, pretty controlled, no complaints, so at this stage he's doing okay.
"Ravi is fine, and Fidel is as well. Everything looks all set for Thursday."
Gibson revealed that the tourists are unlikely to tinker with their batting order in a bit to get the veteran Shivnarine Chanderpaul to the crease sooner.
Chanderpaul, who recently became only the 10th player to score 10,000 Test runs, has proved the lone rock amid an otherwise frail order of late.
While Kraigg Brathwaite's inadequacies against Australia saw him dropped for the tour of England, Adrian Barath, Kirk Edwards, Kieran Powell and Darren Bravo were retained.
Barath, Edwards and Bravo were average in the second tour match against the England Lions, but Powell proved his worth by scoring a fine century in a four-day clash the Windies lost by 10 wickets.
"It's something we've thought about, batting Shiv higher than five," added Gibson.
"Our batting revolves around Shiv. He is very comfortable in the position he is at the moment and he's doing a good job for us. We don't want to upset the batting line-up too much, so we've decided to leave it as it is at the moment.
"It's something we haven't completely ruled out, but it's something we will have to revisit at some stage."